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Configuring Lomoboz with Eclipse

 
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Hi
I'm trying to set up my environment for using JBOss3.2.5, eclipse 3.0, lomboz 3.01..
I've installed jboss successfully, i have jdk1.4.2, i chaged the jboss3.2x.server file and plugged it into the plugins file in eclipse.. but i'm not able to see the lomboz options when i try to configure my java perspective in eclipse..

Can somebody throw some suggestions.. do i need to add anything in my class path or do i need to install EMF (i'm not sure what it is by the way)..

So all the eclipse savvy ppl plz send in ur suggestions!!

Thanks
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Here is a paste from a post I made to another forum explaining the solution to this problem. I hope it helps.

I was having problems with Eclipse 3.0 not recognizing Lomboz.

Here is how to solve that:

Go to Help->Software Updates->Manage Configuration

Click on the third icon from the left on the toolbar (tooltip should read "Show Disabled Features"

After doing this, two disabled features should show up,
Right click on "Eclipse Modeling Framework" and select "Enable" from the popup menu.

Do the same thing for "EMF Service Data Objects"

Restart your workspace.

Eclipse 3.0 now should recognize Lomboz.

These instructions assume that you have already unzipped lomboz.3*.zip and emf-sdo-runtime-2.0.0.zip to the appropriate directories.

Enjoy.

David
[ October 18, 2007: Message edited by: David Heffelfinger ]
 
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